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Title
The relationship between mariology and ecclesiology in the theological thinking of John Paul II relationship between mariology and ecclesiology in the theological thinking of John Paul II
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: BX1378.5 .K87 2012 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 232.91 full
Identified By
Lccn: 2013443094
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
"This work treats of the Phenomenology of Mary and the Church as persons of faith in relation to the Wojtilian phenomenology of the human being as an acting person. According to John Paul II, Mary is an ideal person in/for the Church, and the Church, as a personal communion, has Her as a mirror and concrete evidence of the Church's call, being and mission. As far as the vocation of the Church is concerned, it will always be far from complete if it is studied, proclaimed or believed in without placing Mary as part of the unavoidable persons and personality in its unfolding. Mary and the Church are related in the mystery of the Church as personal subjects of faith. They owe their being and vocation to the Trinity and have a direct connection with Judaism. Christ is the centre of this relationship and this goes on to highlight ecumenism and also the place of the laity and women in the life of the Church."--Publisher's website.
Table Of Contents
The influences on the theological thought of Karol Wojtyla before the Second Vatican Council
The influence on the theological thought of Karol Wojtyla from Vatican II to his election as pope
The Mariological/ecclesiological thinking of JP II
The mystery of the church and Mary as personal subjects of faith
The implications of the Marian ecclesiology of John Paul II.
Authorized Access Point
Kushu-Solii, Ngah Andrew, relationship between mariology and ecclesiology in the theological thinking of John Paul II